Apocalypse in Review

Apocalypse in Review

We are Michelle and Tom, a couple of non-professional movie reviewers reviewing apocalyptic movies. We have taken movie reviews to an inappropriate and unprofessional level, all in good fun. If you enjoy our podcast, head on over to our Patreon page and join our exclusive community to become a member: www.Patreon.com/ApocalypseInReview

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November 23, 2021 79 min

Last episode on the main feed before winter break, but we're going out on a great one. This week we're talking 1986 Little Shop of Horrors and we have comedian Anthony Madalone on as our guest this week. We had a ton of fun on this one, we talk trivia, play a new game called "Mean Greens", and as always wrap up with our rating and reviews.
Remember that even though we're taking a break on the main feed, we are s...

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We did it! We made it to the end of the Hunger Games saga and we could not have done it without the help of our YA correspondent, our buddy Mike Engle.   We had an absolute blast  as always talking with Mike. We talked trivia, played a new game called "there was an attempt" and of course wrap up with our ratings and reviews.

Go follow Mike on all the socials @engletr0n and check out all the cool shows and stuff he's...

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This week we had 2 of our kids (Liam & Colin) on to talk about Monsters vs Aliens. It's probably our cutest episode so far. We had a lot of fun on this one. We did trivia, played a new game called "monster or alien?'", and we did our usual rating and reviews.

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Happy Halloween Everybody! This week we had our oldest and dearest friend Brian Brown back on to talk Trick r Treat. This episode is a big bag of fun size candy.  We talk trivia, play a new game called "Meanwhile, on the other side of town", and we have a sit down in Brian's corner.

Remember to check out our Merch store for our new limited edition design, drawn by our son Liam.  We hope y'all have a great Halloween

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October 25, 2021 62 min

This week we're talking about CHUD and we had our buddy Pat over (in person) to help us out on this one. As Halloween gets closer we wanted to do one of the best  "on in the background of your Halloween party" movies. We had a blast on this episode, we talk trivia, play a new game called "dumpster diving",  find out about a new kind of second hand store, and wrap up with rating and reviews. If you want talk CHUD...

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October 17, 2021 99 min

Join us this week as we discuss the 2011 science fiction drama art film, Melancholia. We invited author and artist extraordinaire Elaine DeBohun. We discuss trivia and talk about the complexities of the movie. We had a bunch of laughs as we play a game called "Wedding or a Funeral" and finished with our rating/reviewing of the movie.

Go buy Elaine's new book All the Yellow Posies at Amazon or Target!

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This week we're continuing our journey through the Hunger Games with our buddy Mike Engle!  Lots of fun this episode, including trivia, and a new game called "more like Funaganda" aka "Mis or dis" aka "Two Princes".  We had a great time with Mike and are looking forward to both part 2 and his retirement as YA correspondent.

Make sure to follow Mike @engletr0n, Listen to his album "Personal Pizza&...

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October 3, 2021 111 min

This episode we excited to have our buddy Rivers Langley back on to talk about Reign of Fire. We had so much fun on this one. We talked trivia, played a new game called "dragons dragons everywhere" and we speculated why none of us really ever watched this movie, and a bunch more. There was a small audio hiccup near the end of the episode but it didn't really effect the show too much. Thanks for being cool!

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This episode we've got something a little different going on. This week we're doing a crossover episode with our friends at The Violet Wonderers podcast. We are also thrilled to have with us Chris LaMartina director of "Call girl of Cthulhu", "WNUF Halloween Special", and the just about to come out "What Happens Next Will Scare You". We had a fantastic time on this one. Go watch the movie and come ta...

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This week we're joined again by our buddy Peter Davenport to talk about the 2004 classic The Day After Tomorrow. Lots of fun stuff going on this episode. We talk trivia, play a new game called "Brothers & Twisters" and wrap up with our ratings and reviews. Michelle also gives us a very... energetic  intro and synopsis to start things off. It's a good one.

Make sure you go follow Peter on Twitter @CasualThurs...

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September 12, 2021 97 min

This week we are very excited to have our friends Rick and Julia from the Mad Max Minute podcast back on and that we get to talk about "the most controversial horror movie of all time" The Devils!  We had a great time talking about the movie, going through some trivia, and playing a new game called "All Saints Game". Listen now and if you've seen the movie talk to us on Twitter or Instagram @apocpod because ...

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September 5, 2021 111 min

This week we're diving back in to zombie with George A. Romero's Day of the Dead. We're also very excited to have our buddy Nick Thomas back on to help us out with this one. This episode was so much fun, we talk trivia, play a new game called "Weird Science", and just kinda hangout and catch up with Nick.

Go follow Nick Thomas on Twitter  @onedumbboy
and for all of Nick's projects, short films, stand up,...

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This week we're back for more Hunger Games and we are joined once again by our YA correspondent Mike Engle! We had a fantastic time on this episode. We talked trivia, played a new game called "Tune in next time for...Never mind",  we guessed at exactly what point of the movie Michelle started crying, and our usual rating & review.

Please make sure to follow Mike on social media @engletr0n
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August 22, 2021 90 min

This week we're finally talking about the Matrix, and to help us out on this one we had comedian Joe Raines on. We had an absolute blast this episode.  We talk trivia, played 2 games this time "1 pill 2 pill red pill blue pill" and "I can see clearly now there is no spoon" and of corse we do our rating and reviews.

Make sure to follow our guest Joe Raines @joemfraines on all the social medias


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This week we had our buddy Blake Griffin back to talk about the movie "Brotherhood of the Wolf". Now this movie may not be precisely apocalyptic, but it's hard to pin down what genre(s) it is or is not. All in all we had a ton of fun on this episode, we're glad Blake picked it, and happy to have him on again. We also played a new game called "mythical confusion", talked a little trivia, and did our usual rat...

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This week we had Chelsea Pope on to talk about the movie/musical "The guy who didn't like musicals". Michelle was a little suspicious of it at first, but we had an absolute blast on this one. We also played a new game called "must the show go on?".   If you're interested in checking this movie  out, it's on YouTube for free. If you do, let us know what you think by talking to us on Twitter or Instagram &...

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This week we're excited to have Kelton and Grift from Garbage in Garbage out podcast back on the show, to talk about Love and Monsters. We had an absolute blast discussing the movie. We check in on  some "common sense" reviews,  played  a new game called "I need a vacation, from my vacation" and wrapped up with our rate and review. One small editing note, Grift's audio went down right at the end but we adapt...

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We're back with more crunchberries this week, and this time we had our old friend Brian Brown back to hangout with us. We talk a lot about food (cereal, ice cream, Mac n cheese, Mac n cheese-ice cream, etc.),  Michelle gives us a run down on a tictock conspiracy she is clearly invested in, and we talk about a guy who would stop at nothing to make his flight. We also played a couple games called "prize inside" (about cer...

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This week we're finally talking Escape from New York, and to help us out this time we had  Bryan from the Dead in Santa Carla podcast join us. We had a ton of fun discussing this movie, talking trivia, and playing a new game called "Are they free".
One quick editing note: there was a short hiccup with our microphones for the first couple minutes after the brake. there is a bit of an echo for about 3 minutes or so, but t...

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July 11, 2021 140 min

This week we had our buddy Mike Engle back on to talk Hunger games. This may also be the first episode that not only had Michelle seen the movie but had also read the books making her the episode expert. We had so much fun on this one we talked some trivia, did some strategizing, played a new game called "hungry hungry games" and finish up with our rating and reviewing.

Please be sure to follow Mike on all the  socials @...

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